- Flew the Coupe! – Part 22 – Woodstock , Deserts, Hurricanes, Green Chilies and SPACE! Part-3
- Flew the Coupe! – Part 21 – Woodstock , Deserts, Hurricanes, Green Chilies and SPACE! Part-2
- Flew the Coupe! – Part 21 – Woodstock , Deserts, Hurricanes, Green Chilies and SPACE! Part-1
- Flew the Coupe! – Part 20 – Woodstock Learns a New Cheep for the FAA!
- Beebo, we hardly knew you!
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So I had Woodstock back together with a healthy engine. But the distraction of the Reno Air races meant I wasn’t going to be able to fly Woodstock for some time. It turned out nearly a month. Once back from … Continue reading →
Woodstock misbehaves! Woodstock was now a three cylinder airplane. This was the third time Woodstock had a stuck valve that I know of. Just before I was heading down to inspect the plane the fellows selling it let me know … Continue reading →
I finally fly Woodstock! This will be a short post but one I have waited a long time to share! I finally got checked out and flew my Ercoupe. I met up with the CFI that ferried Woodstock to Seattle … Continue reading →
The plane is all but ready! Continue reading →
One of the things Woodstock lacked was shoulder harnesses. Since the plane was apart I know this was a great opportunity to add in a new belt system. Several of my friends have added great shoulder harness systems to their … Continue reading →
So the initial part of the annual inspection we complete. I needed to chase down some parts and begin to do the worked we decided to do before getting the plane signed off. I also had some things I had … Continue reading →
I haven’t been blogging as I’ve spent all my free time getting Woodstock through the first annual inspection since I got it up here in Seattle. Once a year every plane has to be inspected by a qualified mechanic to … Continue reading →